Strongsville High School closed for bomb threat

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STRONGSVILLE, Ohio- Strongsville High School closed early on Thursday after a bomb threat.

According to Strongsville police, the department and the school received phone calls saying that bombs would detonate in 10 minutes. The caller also said two students had guns.

Students evacuated to the transportation complex and were later dismissed for the day, Strongsville City Schools said in a statement.

Parents can pick up children from the bus garage by entering Rademaker-Miller Road off of Pearl Road. Other students will be bused home.

Police swept the school, but found nothing suspicious.

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